Ocala Airport Accident Lawyer

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The Ocala International Airport is convenient for us when we want to travel. It also gets busy and crowded at times. At peak times airport operators can fall behind on maintaining the building and keeping it safe.

If you’ve been injured and need an Ocala bicycle accident lawyer, you need Pam Olsen on your side. Pam has 30 years of experience helping people legally pursue and receive financial compensation when injured by the negligence of someone else.

Call her at (352) 671-9777. Or if you prefer, complete this simple contact form and she will be in touch right away.

Places Airport Accidents Happen Most Often

People can get hurt when attempting to board an airplane. It is common for a jet bridge to connect the airport terminal to the aircraft. However, this bridge presents tripping hazards. 

The floor of a jet bridge is often uneven, and the tracks on the side of the walkways make for the risk of tripping. 

If you tripped at an airport in Ocala and were injured, Pam Olsen can help you pursue legal compensation from those responsible for your injuries.

Attorney Olsen protects the rights of clients who were involved in accidents in Florida airports and airports across the country. She has fought for clients who faced injuries due to a variety of airport obstacles, including:

  • Uneven flooring on jet bridges
  • Slippery stairs
  • A highly polished slippery surface
  • Uneven walking surface
  • Loose carpet or other flooring
  • Poor lighting conditions
  • Defective or missing handrail
  • Broken or defective floor
  • Wet condition on the floor
  • Unmarked tripping hazard

Connect With Pam

If you or a loved one are the victim of an airport accident, contact Pam Olsen. She is here to protect your legal rights and help you receive full and fair compensation for all of your suffering.

Call Pam today at (352) 671-9777. Or if you prefer, you can complete this simple contact form and she will be in touch right away.

Pam Olsen

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